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When it comes to learning, EGA is all about options. EGA members can choose from array of courses for a variety of disciplines and skill levels. Whether you’re looking to learn with a group, take an individual correspondence course, or learn online, we’ve got you covered. Not a member yet? Join here.

Recently added: Online Class: Box Making: Parisian Patisserie by Sarah de Rousset-Hall | Online Class: B Sampler with Dawn Donnelly | Online Class: Candy Cane Christmas Decoration with Emma Broughton | GCC: Hearts for You with Denise Harrington Pratt | GCC: Fall Colors with Margaret KinseyGCC: Symphony with Barbara KershawVirtual Lecture Series

  • A Basic Study of Schwalm Embroidery with Barbara M. Kershaw
    Taught by Barbara M. Kershaw (view bio)

    ICC, Surface Embroidery

    A Basic Study of Schwalm Embroidery introduces the student to the beautiful style of whitework from Germany known as Schwalm Embroidery.

  • Avondale with Carol Currier
    Taught by Carol Peao Currier (view bio)

    GCC, Surface Embroidery

    Avondale is an exploration of a summer garden using basic crewel embroidery stitches in interesting combinations. Available as a GCC Lightning Round through August 31, 2022. Register here!

  • Bargello and Design with Gail Stafford
    Taught by Gail Stafford (view bio)

    GCC, Canvas

    Bargello and Design is a course designed for intermediate and advanced stitchers who want to create their own square Bargello samplers. The class focus is to design a sampler, and Bargello is the type of canvas embroidery used in the design.

  • Beginner’s Hardanger with Marion Scoular
    Taught by Marion Scoular (view bio)

    GCC, Counted Thread

    On Beginner's Hardanger students will learn the basic techniques of Hardanger with the option of stitching in a solid color or experimenting with Watercolours®.

  • Beginning Teneriffe Lace with Jonalene Gutwein
    Taught by Jonalene Gutwein (view bio)

    GCC, Lace

    Beginning Teneriffe Lace will give you the basics of the beautiful needlelace technique of Teneriffe.

  • Crazy Quilting with J. Marsha Michler
    Taught by J. Marsha Michler (view bio)

    ICC, Quilting

    Learn new skills in Victorian Crazy Quilting in this comprehensive Individual Correspondence Course that will bring you to a mastery level of this much-loved art and craft.

  • Design for Needlework with India Hayford
    Taught by India Hayford (view bio)

    ICC, Design

    Our Individual Correspondence Course Design for Needlework with India Hayford is for the technically adept embroiderer who wishes to create unique embroideries.

  • Embroidery with Mixed Media with Laura Smith
    Taught by Laura Smith (view bio)

    GCC, Mixed Media and 3D

    Study the amazing possibilities of four cool “new” mixed media materials on Embroidery with Mixed Media.

  • Enchanted Summer with Linda Wyszynski
    Taught by Linda Wyszynski (view bio)

    GCC, Mixed Media and 3D

    Enchanted Summer is a mixed technique embroidery design utilizing a broad spectrum of supplies.

  • English Smocking with Kim Sanders
    Taught by Kim Sanders (view bio)

    ICC, Smocking

    On this Individual Correspondence Course, students will learn common smocking and accent stitches and master correct tension as they work a series of samplers.

  • English Summer with Cheryl Sharp
    Taught by Cheryl Sharp (view bio)

    GCC, Surface Embroidery

    On English Summer you will learn how to prepare the fabric, transfer designs, and set up an embroidery on stretcher bars among other things.

  • Fallen Leaves Sampler with Kim Sanders
    Taught by Kim Sanders (view bio)

    GCC, Surface Embroidery

    Fallen Leaves Sampler teaches laid and filling stitches, continuing a rich tradition of wool embroidery that dates back to the Bayeux Tapestry.

  • Finishing with Flair with Marion Scoular
    Taught by Marion Scoular (view bio)

    GCC, Finishing

    Finishing with Flair is a notebook Group Correspondence Course covering three useful techniques for finishing needlework and instructions for lacing needlework for framing.

  • GCC Encore: A Touch of Fall with Jane Ellen Balzuweit
    Taught by Jane Ellen Balzuweit (view bio)

    GCC, Counted Thread, GCC Encore

    A Touch of Fall is created using a 17th century white work technique, Dresden Lace, a combination of pulled thread and surface embroidery.

  • GCC Encore: Ancestree with Carolyn Standing Webb
    Taught by Carolyn Standing Webb (view bio)

    GCC, Counted Thread, GCC Encore

    On Ancestree you will work on a tree of life design that will feature five generations of your family.

  • GCC Encore: Cosmos with Kim Sanders
    Taught by Kim Sanders (view bio)

    GCC, Surface Embroidery, GCC Encore

    Cosmos introduces students to needle painting, one of the most realistic forms of surface embroidery.

  • GCC Encore: Daydreams with Barbara Kershaw
    Taught by Barbara M. Kershaw (view bio)

    GCC, Schwalm

    Join Barbara Kershaw in Daydreams, a Group Correspondence Course focused on Schwalm embroidery, a beautiful form of German whitework embroidery traditionally worked on an off white evenweave linen with white thread.

  • GCC Encore: Desert Strands with Becky Autry
    Taught by Becky Autry (view bio)

    GCC, Counted Thread, GCC Encore

    Desert Strands combines 18 different stitches with blocks of Russian drawn thread.

  • GCC Encore: Fall Colors, A Study in Rozashi with Margaret Kinsey
    Taught by Margaret Kinsey (view bio)

    GCC, Counted Thread, GCC Encore

    Fall Colors is a study in traditional Rozashi embroidery. The leaves, the water, the water lines, the sky, background are a study in the stitches that are traditional to Rozashi. Available as a GCC Lightning Round through August 31, 2022. Register here!

  • GCC Encore: Fandango with Barbara Kershaw
    Taught by Barbara M. Kershaw (view bio)

    GCC, GCC Encore

    Fandango is focused on Punto Antico, one of many beautiful styles of Italian whitework embroidery.

  • GCC Encore: Jacobean Fantasy with Kay Stanis
    Taught by Kay Stanis (view bio)

    GCC, GCC Encore, Silk and Metal

    Giving new interpretation to designs of the seventeenth century and blending them with the silk and metal of the twenty-first, in Jacobean Fantasy, we will create an exquisite floral design on silk fabric with detached sheer fabric.

  • GCC Encore: Mythical Myrtle with Barbara Kershaw
    Taught by Barbara M. Kershaw (view bio)

    GCC, Surface Embroidery, Counted Thread, GCC Encore

    Explore the magnificent stitches of Casalguidi embroidery in Mythical Myrtle. Available as a GCC Lightning Round through August 31, 2022. Register here!

  • GCC Encore: The Princess and the Pea with Marion Scoular
    Taught by Marion Scoular (view bio)

    GCC, Counted Thread, GCC Encore

    Teacher Marion Scoular's interpretation of the beloved fairy tale includes pattern darning, Blackwork, Hardanger (no cutting!) and a small amount of surface stitchery, all explicitly covered in a 26-page, well-illustrated booklet.

  • Hearts for You with Denise Harrington Pratt
    Taught by Denise Harrington Pratt (view bio)

    GCC, Counted Thread

    Our Group Correspondence Course Hearts for You with Denise Harrington Pratt is an opportunity for the student to learn a variety of finishing techniques for use with counted thread work and to create a lovely four-piece set of needlework accoutrements. Available as a GCC Lightning Round through August 31, 2022. Register here!

  • How Does Your Garden Grow? with Carol Currier
    Taught by Carol Peao Currier (view bio)

    GCC, Surface Embroidery

    How Does Your Garden Grow? is a study of basic crewel stitches and techniques. The design is worked on crewel linen or linen twill in your choice of color.

  • Introduction to Metal Thread Embroidery with Kay Stanis
    Taught by Kay Stanis (view bio)

    ICC, Silk and Metal

    Our Individual Correspondence Course Introduction to Metal Thread Embroidery is an in-depth study of the techniques of metal thread embroidery that will introduce the student to the shimmer of real gold and silver on fabric.

  • Keeping in Shape with Gwen Nelson
    Taught by Gwen Nelson (view bio)

    GCC, Beading

    On Keeping in Shape, the student uses various techniques such as circular and flat peyote to make a necklace with 13 three-dimensional beaded pieces.

  • In Maharajah’s Elephant you will learn the technique of canvas appliqué and explore tent, rice, eyelet, swirl, mosaic, satin stitches, among others.

  • Mark and Paint on Canvas and Fabric with Laura Smith
    Taught by Laura Smith (view bio)

    GCC, Mixed Media and 3D

    On our Group Correspondence Course Mark and Paint on Canvas and Fabric, you will mark and paint one design onto needlepoint canvas and one onto silk fabric.

  • More Than a Rose with Melinda Sherbring
    Taught by Melinda Sherbring (view bio)

    GCC, Surface Embroidery

    More Than a Rose is a small piece designed to introduce students to some stitches and raised work techniques used on English sweet bags ca. 1600.

  • Online Class: Art of Petit Point on Silk Gauze with Natalia Frank
    Taught by Natalia Frank (view bio)

    Closed Registration, Previously Offered

    This class is intended to show basic methods and introduce the techniques of stitching on silk gauze and show its versatility. It is designed to help to learn about Petit Point, its stitches, techniques of stitching on silk gauze, starting and finishing the thread, needles, and threads, while working on a gorgeous flower project. Registration:  November 3 - December 1, 2021. Class Schedule: February 2- 16, 2022

  • Online Class: B Sampler with Dawn Donnelly
    Taught by Dawn Donnelly (view bio)

    Online Course, Coming soon

    In our online class B Sampler with Dawn Donnelly you will stitch a sampler of stitches containing the letter B in the title. Registration: September 7 - October 5, 2022. Class schedule: January 4 - February 1, 2023.

  • Online Class: Box Making: Parisian Patisserie by Sarah de Rousset-Hall
    Taught by Sarah de Rousset-Hall (view bio)

    Online Course, Coming soon

    In Box Making: Parisian Patisserie by Sarah de Rousset-Hall you will create a beautiful embroidered box, reminiscent of the beautiful boxes seen in the patisseries of Paris, containing all sorts of delicate treats. Registration: October 5 - November 2, 2022. Class schedule: January 4 - February 1, 2023.

  • Online Class: Brian the Bee with Hazel Blomkamp
    Taught by Hazel Blomkamp (view bio)

    Closed Registration, Previously Offered

    Our online class Brian the Bee with teacher Hazel Blomkamp is part surface embroidery, part beadwork. The honey bee is worked with surface embroidery, needle lace and needle weaving techniques embellished with three-dimensional beadwork flowers and leaves. The segments of the wings are filled with needle lace techniques worked as embroidery stitches using seven different stitches, with variations, all extensively covered and well described. Registration: Jan 6 - Feb 3, 2021 Class schedule: April 7-May 19, 2021

  • Online Class: Candy Cane Christmas Decoration with Emma Broughton
    Taught by Emma Broughton (view bio)

    Online Course, Open Registration

    In Candy Cane Christmas Decoration with Emma Broughton you will make a delightful 3D Felt and Goldwork candy cane Christmas decoration with stuffing to give it a realistic look. The techniques you will use to embroider the candy cane stripes include Pearl purl, Spangles, Chipping and Ladder stitch. Registration: August 3 - September 7, 2022. Class Schedule: November 2-16, 2022.

  • Online Class: Creating a Pattern for Embroidery from Digital Images with Julie Carmen
    Taught by Julie Carmen (view bio)

    Closed Registration, Previously Offered

    In Creating a Pattern for Embroidery from Digital Images with Julie Carmen you will learn how to make your own unique patterns with the freedom of using the multitude of digital images available online. Lessons will include saving image, cropping, enlarging, and printing. Registration: November 3 - December 15, 2021. Class schedule: February 2, 2022 - March 30 of 2022.

  • Online Class: Cunning Fox with Lizzy Pye
    Taught by Lizzy Pye (view bio)

    Closed Registration

    Cunning Fox with teacher Lizzy Pye is designed to enhance your whitework skills with practice in a variety of techniques. Begin with pulled-thread work, using four different stitches in different parts of the design to give texture and depth to the image. Then, work counted satin stitch to give a raised texture, imitating the long fur on the fox’s chest. Registration dates: January 5-February 2, 2022. Class Schedule: April 6 - June 15, 2022.

  • Online Class: Cyclamen with Merrilyn Heazlewood
    Taught by Merrilyn Heazlewood (view bio)

    Closed Registration

    In our upcoming online class Cyclamen with Merrilyn Heazlewood you will create a decorative tile adorned with bright silk ribbon Cyclamen on all four sides. Registration: May 4 - June 1, 2022. Class: August 3-24, 2022.

  • Online Class: Designing with Texture with Raven Fagelson
    Taught by Raven Fagelson (view bio)

    Closed Registration, Previously Offered

    This class will teach you how to see and add texture into your work by designing a monochrome crewelwork based on 17th century examples. You will learn step by step, using stitches you already know. You will discover how to identify the texture of stitches, learn how to alter them to your liking, and then apply them to a design. Registration dates: August 4, 2021 - September 1, 2021. Class schedule:  November 3, 2021 - January 12, 2022.

  • Online Class: Freestyle Hoop Embroidery with J. Marsha Michler
    Taught by J. Marsha Michler (view bio)

    Online Course, Open Registration

    Learn to doodle with stitches! Create a geometric design within a six-inch hoop using many different embroidery stitches. Create outlines- eight different outlining options are presented- and add rows of decorative stitches to them. Registration: July 6-August 3, 2022. Class: October 5-9, 2022

  • Online Class: Geraniums with Merrilyn Heazlewood
    Taught by Merrilyn Heazlewood (view bio)

    Closed Registration, Previously Offered

    Our online class Geraniums with Merrilyn Heazlewood focuses on stitching bright, cheerful geraniums and it's a great option to use up some of your stash of threads! Registration: Oct. 7 - Nov. 4 | Class schedule: February 3-March 3, 2021

  • Online Class: Goldwork Bracelet with Cynthia Jackson
    Taught by Cynthia Jackson (view bio)

    Closed Registration, Previously Offered

    In Goldwork Bracelet with teacher Cynthia Jackson you will create a lovely band bracelet from beginning to end. Registration: Nov. 4 - Dec. 2 2020 | Class schedule: Feb. 17 - Mar. 24, 2021. (New lesson posted weekly)

  • Online Class: Hardanger Trio with Kim Beamish
    Taught by Kim Beamish (view bio)

    Closed Registration, Previously Offered

    In our online class Hardanger Trio with Kim Beamish you will stitch a beautiful hardanger embroidery set including a box pin cushion, scissor fob, and needle book. Registration dates: Registration: March 2, 2022 - April 27, 2022.  Class schedule: June 1 - August 10, 2022.

  • Online Class: Hungarian Written Embroidery with Sarah Pedlow
    Taught by Sarah Pedlow (view bio)

    Closed Registration, Previously Offered

    In our upcoming online class Hungarian Written Embroidery with Sarah Pedlow you will learn írásos, a special style of Hungarian embroidery that dates back to the 1700s in Transylvania, Romania. Registration: September 1-October 6, 2021. Class schedule: December 1-15, 2021.

  • Online Class: Kimono Revisited with John Waddell
    Taught by John Waddell (view bio)

    Closed Registration, Previously Offered

    The kimono framework on Kimono Revisited with teacher John Waddell is a great place to learn new stitches and ideas as it is a project with multiple areas of learning. Registration: Dec 2, 2020 - Jan 6, 2021 Class schedule: Monthly lessons March 3, 2021 - January 5, 2022  

  • Online Class: Kiss Me Under the Mistletoe with Celeste Chalasani
    Taught by Celeste Chalasani (view bio)

    Closed Registration, Previously Offered

    In this class, students first learn to transfer the design using the “tissue paper” method. Then we’ll explore introductory Stumpwork embroidery techniques as students pad with stitches and wrap beads to create berries. Finally, we’ll finish the embroidery into ornaments using festive velvet ribbon. Registration: April 6 - May 4, 2022..  Class schedule: July 6 - August 3, 2022.

  • Online Class: Lazy Summer Day with Judy Borreson Caruso
    Taught by Judy Borreson Caruso (view bio)

    Closed Registration, Previously Offered

    A beginner-level surface embroidery design, Lazy Summer Day with Judy Borreson Caruso tempts you to smell the flowers and enjoy nature. Registration: July 7-August 4, 2021. Class schedule: October 6-20, 2021.

  • Closed Registration, Previously Offered

    ‘Maple Leaves’ with teacher Susan Hoekstra offers a chance for the needleworker to work with a variety of composite and specialty stitches in this well-paced class. Registration: October 6 - November 3, 2021. Class Schedule: January 5 - March 9, 2022.

  • Online Class: Queen Anne’s Lace with Katherine Diuguid
    Taught by Katherine Diuguid (view bio)

    Closed Registration, Previously Offered

    This Queen Anne’s Lace design introduces students to the basic techniques of goldwork embroidery using a contemporary approach to traditional techniques. Worked on linen, it is part of Kat’s continuing “Weeds” series. Registration: February 2 - March 2, 2022. Class schedule: May 5-25, 2022.

  • Online Class: Red Clover with Katherine Diuguid
    Taught by Katherine Diuguid (view bio)

    Closed Registration, Previously Offered

    Incorporating variegated threads and stretched gilt wires with traditional embroidery and padding techniques gives this design a unique blend of traditional and non-traditional appeal. Registration: May 5-June 2, 2021 | Class schedule: August 4-25, 2021

  • Online Class: Rosette with Arlene Cohen
    Taught by Arlene Cohen (view bio)

    Closed Registration, Previously Offered

    Our online course Rosette is an exploration of what is typically thought of as “specialty stitches” within cross stitch world. What happens if these are the only stitches used? This is very typical on canvas, but here is an opportunity to explore the effect on linen. Registration: December 1, 2021 - January 5, 2022. Class schedule: March 2, 2022 - March 16 of 2022.

  • Online Class: Sashiko Sampler with Jacqui Clarkson
    Taught by Jacqui Clarkson (view bio)

    Closed Registration, Previously Offered

    Learn to master the techniques as well as delve into the history of Sashiko on our three-lesson workshop. Registration: June 2 - July 7, 2021 | Class schedule: September 1 - September 29, 2021

  • Online Class: Some Accumulation with Terri Bay
    Taught by Terri Bay (view bio)

    Closed Registration, Previously Offered

    Some Accumulation is a snowy white Handanger Embroidery piece designed for the needleworker with just a bit of Hardanger experience. Registration: Feb 3 - March 3, 2021 | Class schedule: May 5 - June 16, 2021

  • Online Class: Winter Lights with Jennifer Riefenberg
    Taught by Jennifer Riefenberg (view bio)

    Closed Registration, Previously Offered

    The magical warmth of lights in the cold, snowy winter months glow in this peaceful and engaging design. A splendor of stitches and the palette of blues and purples are complemented by the fiery, orange and gold flames. Learn some new stitches or possibly, new adaptations on some known stitches plus, you get to try out mesh tubing as an embellishment to your piece. Registration: March 3 - April 7, 2021 | Class schedule: June 2- June 23, 2021

  • Papillon is an introductory course on filet embroidery. In this 5-lesson course participants will learn briefly about the history of filet work.

  • Perfectly Counted Crosses with Carolyn Standing Webb
    Taught by Carolyn Standing Webb (view bio)

    GCC, Counted Thread

    In Perfectly Counted Crosses you will learn how to create a sampler that will dazzle those who see it with perfectly executed crossed stitches.

  • Rainbows Bend: A Course on Color Theory with Carole Rinard
    Taught by Carole Rinard (view bio)

    ICC, Color Theory

    From color wheels to how to use color in your own work, our Individual Correspondence Course, Rainbows Bend: A Course on Color Theory is a comprehensive study of color.

  • Reticello Needle Book with Jonalene Gutwein
    Taught by Jonalene Gutwein (view bio)

    GCC, Lace

    This Group Correspondence Course is the next step for the experienced drawn thread enthusiasts who wish to begin learning the technique of reticello. It incorporates the pulled 4-sided stitch, the cutting of threads in both directions, satin stitched edges, and needle weaving.

  • In Shimmering Dreams, ever-larger sparkling squares rotate around a shiny central medallion to finish in a star silhouette.

  • Silk and Metal Thread Embroidery with Kay Stanis
    Taught by Kay Stanis (view bio)

    ICC, Silk and Metal

    Our Individual Correspondence Course Silk and Metal Thread Embroidery is an in-depth study of the various techniques of silk and metal thread embroidery.

  • Snowflake Ball with Denise Harrington Pratt
    Taught by Denise Harrington Pratt (view bio)

    GCC, Canvas

    The Snowflake Ball is a three-dimensional, beaded needlework ball. You don’t have to understand geometry to stitch this fun piece.

  • Spring Splendor with Kay Stanis
    Taught by Kay Stanis (view bio)

    GCC, Surface Embroidery

    On Spring Splendor you will learn couching, filling with purls, blending long and short over padding and how to transfer your patterns and twist flat silk.

  • Star-Spangled Puzzle Ball with Denise Harrington Pratt
    Taught by Denise Harrington Pratt (view bio)

    GCC, Canvas

    Star-Spangled Puzzle Ball offers the opportunity to discover the joy of taking counted thread embroidery into three dimensions by creating a “puzzle ball.”

  • Sweet Bag Sewed of Silver and Gold with Melinda Sherbring
    Taught by Melinda Sherbring (view bio)

    GCC, Surface Embroidery

    Stitch an embroidered bag like the ones that were in style in England from the mid-1500s to the mid-1600s on Sweet Bag Sewed of Silver and Gold.

  • Symphony with Barbara Kershaw
    Taught by Barbara M. Kershaw (view bio)

    GCC

    Work on a beautiful, pulled thread set comprising of an embroidery pouch and smalls that will be a wonderful addition to your sewing basket. Available as a GCC Lightning Round through August 31, 2022. Register here!

  • Taming the Stash Monster with Laura Smith
    Taught by Laura Smith (view bio)

    GCC, Mixed Media and 3D, Organization

    Get your stash under control with our course Taming the Stash Monster: Clearing your stash, purchasing strategies, archival storage, inventory and more.

  • Techniques for Canvas Embroidery with Diane Herrmann
    Taught by Diane Herrmann (view bio)

    ICC, Canvas

    Our Techniques for Canvas Embroidery Individual Correspondence Course is an in-depth study of the various techniques used in canvas embroidery.

  • Thank Goodness It’s Finished with Kim Sanders
    Taught by Kim Sanders (view bio)

    GCC, Finishing

    Thank Goodness It’s Finished teaches a variety of skills needed to assemble embroideries into their final form.

  • The Art of Teaching Embroidery with Kay Stanis and Carole Lake
    Taught by Kay Stanis & Carole Lake (view bio)

    ICC, Teaching

    Are you interested in becoming a better teacher? Do you have questions about developing classes, text, kits, or visual aids? Or do you have questions about the practical aspects of teaching, finances, contracts, time management or proposals? Then our Individual Correspondence Course The Art of Teaching Embroidery is for you.

  • Virtual Lecture 20: The History and Mysteries of the Bayeux Tapestry with Christine Crawford-Oppenheimer
    Taught by Christine Crawford-Oppenheimer (view bio)

    Virtual Lectures

    This talk discusses its history, both the history depicted on the Tapestry and the history of the Tapestry over the almost 1000 years of its existence, including a few narrow escapes. Mysteries of the tapestry include questions about what some scenes depict (the Latin phrases on the cloth are sometimes very inadequate) and who commissioned, designed, and embroidered it. Date: Saturday, August 13, 2022 1PM Eastern Registration: July 11-18, 2022 1PM Eastern

  • Virtual Lecture 21: Rozashi: A 1400 Year Old Needle Art from Japan with Margaret Kinsey
    Taught by Margaret Kinsey (view bio)

    Virtual Lectures

    Rozashi is an ancient Japanese embroidery technique. Its origins are vague. It resembles Bargello/Florentine embroidery in our culture. The Japanese say it origins are in the Tempyo (700-799 AD) period. During the Tokugawa and Meiji eras, as late as the 1820s, the ladies of the court considered Rozashi as the most refined art and handiwork. It was even called the hobby of the Imperial household. Date: Sunday, September 18, 2022 1PM Eastern Registration: August 15-22, 2022 1PM Eastern

  • Virtual Lecture 22: Creating Needlework Maps with Catherine Jordan
    Taught by Catherine Jordan (view bio)

    Virtual Lectures

    Come and enjoy this “show and share” lecture on creating needlework maps! You will see Catherine’s collection of commemoratively based needlework maps as she talks about the process of where ideas come from, what makes a valuable map, and the intricacies of designing, stitching, and painting needlework maps. Date: Sunday, October 9, 2022 1PM Eastern Registration: September 12-19, 2022 1PM Eastern

  • GCC, Surface Embroidery

    White Iris is stitched using white or cream Pearl Cotton on matching 32-count Belfast linen. The mat for behind and around the piece adds a punch of color.

  • White On White Crazy Quilted Wallpiece with J. Marsha Michler
    Taught by J. Marsha Michler (view bio)

    GCC, Mixed Media and 3D, Crazy Quilting

    White On White Crazy Quilted Wallpiece is an introduction to crazy quilting that presents this artful form of quilting with a small project.